Page 1 of 2 12 LastLast
Results 1 to 20 of 40
  1. #1
    Senior Member
    Join Date
    Jun 2019
    Posts
    993
    Reputation
    2705
    Type
    Ghost

    Living on a budget

    We talk here often about the traits of women in the hope of helping others not to make the mistakes we have made (and sometimes just for the fun of it, I admit it). Forewarned is forearmed so to speak, but what about those for whom it is too late? How do you cope when half your income (or more) is ripped away from you for the foreseeable future through divorce rape?

    Never having been through this I cannot speak to the emotional upheaval it must cause so Iíll leave that to others. All I can say on that matter is Iíve seen the destruction it has caused to those I know that have been through it. It can be devastating.

    On the practical subject of living with little income however I do have experience and would like to share that with others.


    Maybe you are lucky enough to have a high income job or even run your own business, Iím happy for you. But many of us have ordinary jobs and are just about managing to survive, and thatís if we even have a job.

    1. Living within your means is essential no matter your income.

    Easy to say but sometimes not so easy to do. The bills keep coming in and the pressure mounts. Not only do you have to pay those bills (mortgage/rent, utilities etc.) but maybe little Johnny or Janie needs a new pair of shoes. You pay your child support but Aggie spends it all on herself, neglecting the kids and leaving it up to you. Or maybe that old boiler just gives up the ghost and needs replacing. I understand.

    But if you donít live within your means you are going to spend your life in debt.

    2. Getting into debt.


    So your budget is tight. You have no savings and youíre just about managing to survive. Then shit happens and you need extra cash so you take out a loan whether itís through a bank, borrowing from a friend or relative, or buying that thing you need on hire purchase (or god forbid a loan shark Ė never go there no matter what).

    But this money needs to be repaid and all this does is reduce your available budget making it even more difficult to survive. And because you have even less money to spare you cannot afford that next thing that you need so you get into even more debt. Itís a vicious, never ending circle with the little that you have going out in loan repayments and interest. You are not getting the full benefit of the money you have coming in. You are making life harder for yourself.

    No shit Sherlock, tell me something I donít know. Iím struggling and donít have much choice.

    3. A change in attitude.

    Again this is easy to say but not so easy to do. Changing lifelong habits is never easy, it takes time and comes with some pain but believe me it is worth the effort. And that change is simply this:

    Forget what you want and concentrate on what you need!

    Is it need or is it greed?

    Do you really need to keep that car on the road or would public transport be more cost effective? A pain in the ass I know but weíre dealing with financial practicalities here. So you have to spend a little longer getting to work and back, or maybe you feel embarrassed picking the kids up if youíre lucky enough to have any access to them at all, but sometimes needs must. You will get used to it and in no time it wonít mean as much to you as you once thought.

    What about that take-away meal you fancy having for dinner tonight? Do you have to have it or could you Ďmake doí with the stuff you already have at home?

    But I canít cook, what else can I do? Ė Tough! Learn. You donít have to be a gourmet chef to figure out how to roast a chicken or boil a spud. And if doesnít turn out right this time it will be better next time. Being able to cook your own meals can be very rewarding in itself. Not only that but you know exactly what ingredients are going into it so it can be both tasty and healthy. Even basic home cooking is better for you both financially and health-wise.

    Or what about that cool looking jacket you seen in the store? Do you actually need it or do you just want it? Will the jacket you have suffice for another month or two? Who are you trying to impress and why?

    And letís not forget about those subscriptions to Netflix or whatever service youíre in to, are they really necessary or are they just an indulgence? Can you get something similar for less cost or even for free?

    And this needs to keep on going right the way down to that Ä1.00 bar of chocolate or ice-cream you have a sudden urge for.

    Ahhh I hear you scream, thatís no way to live. Whatís the point in living like that? Well wait, Iím getting there.

    4. Take care of the pennies and the pounds will take care of themselves.

    An old axiom that I wish I had paid more attention to in my youth. (Iím sure there are similar phrases in other parts).

    When youíre a young adult itís easy to fall into the trap of thinking Iím going to live my life while Iím young and let tomorrow take care of itself. YOLO. This is what THEY want. They want you to get into debt so they can take your hard earned money away from you, and for what? A few moments of joy versus months, maybe years of debt? And when you eventually realise just how foolish youíve been itís like getting a short sharp kick in the believe me, it isnít worth it.

    And donít forget its partner Ďpenny wise and pound shyí meaning thereís no point in being careful in small amounts if youíre foolish with larger amounts.

    5. The minimalist life.


    It takes time to realise the difference between what you want and what you actually need and it can be a painful process cutting out all those things that youĎve become accustomed to, but it is worth it I assure you. After a while youíll look back and ask yourself why. Why was I throwing away what little money I had on all this shit?

    A roof over your head, food in the cupboard, clothes on your back, and basic utilities (electric/gas/water). Everything else is negotiable.

    Oh, just one more thing: a freezer is a must to live well on a budget.

    Not a fridge ice-box, itís next to useless but better than nothing. And donít stock it with frozen ready meals. Theyíre handy yes but theyíre expensive, taste like shit and have about as much nutritional value. Instead look out for deals in the supermarket on fresh meat, buy more than you need and freeze the rest for another day. It may not seem cost effective at the time but so long as itís used eventually you will save quite a bit of money.

    And not just fresh meat either. Anything that you like that will keep for a while; if itís on offer, buy extra. And try out the basic brands instead of the more expensive ones that you may be used to. Some of them will not be to your taste, but some of them are just as good if not better and are usually MUCH cheaper.

    And now the upside:

    6. It isnít forever.

    Getting yourself out of debt when you have limited income can be difficult; it took me nearly three years. As soon as that debt cleared though man did my savings increase rapidly. In the space of about a year and a half Iíve managed to squirrel away a couple of thousand Euros and itís growing by the month. Enough to cover that unforeseen happenstance.

    And now when I fancy that curry or that nice looking jacket I can indulge myself safe in the knowledge that the money is there to pay for it Ė zero stress!

    But I still keep in mind that itís important not to over indulge myself, old habits can return very easily. Iím still living on a budget after all.
    "Those who would give up essential Liberty, to purchase a little temporary Safety, deserve neither Liberty nor Safety." - Benjamin Franklin

  2. #2
    Senior Member Boar's Avatar
    Join Date
    Sep 2018
    Posts
    530
    Reputation
    3858
    Type
    Neutral

    Re: Living on a budget

    “Contentment is a pearl of great price, and whoever procures it at the expense of ten thousand desires makes a wise and a happy purchase.” -- John Balguy

    Know your needs from your wants and do not make your wants into needs. I have learned that nothing gives me greater satisfaction than discerning my needs and meeting them precisely. This mindset even allows me to apply to the same logic to a few meager wants to enormous effect: I have yet to become bored with my few luxuries and they are several decades old. My luxuries all involve the mastery of skills, so they will be challenging and rewarding for a lifetime.

  3. #3
    Senior Member mgtower's Avatar
    Join Date
    Mar 2019
    Location
    Dead body politic, deceased corporate corpse.
    Posts
    2,139
    Reputation
    9062
    Type
    Ghosted by law and order.

    Re: Living on a budget

    Quote Originally Posted by Boar View Post
    “Contentment is a pearl of great price, and whoever procures it at the expense of ten thousand desires makes a wise and a happy purchase.” -- John Balguy

    Know your needs from your wants and do not make your wants into needs. I have learned that nothing gives me greater satisfaction than discerning my needs and meeting them precisely. This mindset even allows me to apply to the same logic to a few meager wants to enormous effect: I have yet to become bored with my few luxuries and they are several decades old. My luxuries all involve the mastery of skills, so they will be challenging and rewarding for a lifetime.
    I don't want my needs or need my wants!
    MGTOW, defined:

    A place and time (where and when) the road to modern man's perdition ends abruptly and permanently.

  4. #4
    Junior Member Luthen's Avatar
    Join Date
    May 2020
    Posts
    14
    Reputation
    63
    Type
    Ghost

    Re: Living on a budget

    And now when I fancy that curry or that nice looking jacket I can indulge myself safe in the knowledge that the money is there to pay for it – zero stress!

    But I still keep in mind that it’s important not to over indulge myself, old habits can return very easily. I’m still living on a budget after all.
    In my experience this is the most difficult part. Falling back into old habits that bring us so much pleasure is extremely easy, especially when it isn't an obligation to stray away from such habits anymore. It can also be quite challenging to know when it is acceptable to give yourself a treat. Having had to stop yourself from buying all the stuff you want, it can be hard to know when it's okay to just let yourself go.

    What has worked for me is to go on the extremes of both ends to get a better sense of what is ''too much''. I'm sure we're all familiar with spending a shit ton of money, to then meet the extreme of self-control and resist any kind of gratifying urge. Knowing the worst of both worlds helps me find the balance between the two. Revisiting that has had value.
    It also has been helpful to have establish rules for gratification. Allowing some hardship before the reward is one I implement frequently. Ex: After reading for one hour, you may eat that chocolate bar.

    But regardless I still slip up sometimes.

  5. #5

    Re: Living on a budget

    Yes I believe that minimalism is a great tool for personal freedom. I equate minimalism as living way below one's means. That doesn't mean that you have to take it to the extreme of fitting everything into a backpack. (Although there's nothing wrong with that.) It is making sure that you are now focused on gluttony so you can focus on what is actually important.

    Avoid going into debt and becoming a slave to the system at all costs. If you have been diligent on saving and making sure the basics are taken care of, the little luxery is warrented but keep it reasonable.

    Having hobbies or a lifestyle that doesn't require large amounts of cash is preferable. My lifestyle and hobby is daily exercise. The cost of admition is low and the rewards are high.
    In the future there will be robots.

  6. #6
    Senior Member Opaque's Avatar
    Join Date
    Jul 2016
    Location
    Planet Earth/Northern Hemisphere/Land of Low wages & High taxes
    Posts
    1,437
    Reputation
    10881
    Type
    UNAPPEASABLE.

    Re: Living on a budget

    One of the things that have cost me a huge amount of money is dating. You end up spending a lot of money and time, and by the end of the date, neither has she opened up her legs and neither have you had an interesting or enriching encounter.

    It usually ends up being boring and expensive.

    Once I left that world and more importantly killed the hope within me for a potential mate, things began to settle in the right place. Savings grew, sleep improved, weight stabilised, even social skills began improving.

    I just turned 30, and I have sometime to go, but regardless of the economic situation, I will be doing well in a few years time, free from the drama that the average blue piller faces.
    A mother cannot raise a boy to be a man, not because he needs a father figure; but because she favours team vagina over her own son.

    Tradcon women are the most manipulative of all kinds of women, because they infect you with false hope.
    Radfems are your best friend, because they hate you and verbalise it - that's honesty!

    The red pill rage is a process which takes many many years - so be kind and patient with yourself; you will overcome it!

  7. #7
    Senior Member mgtower's Avatar
    Join Date
    Mar 2019
    Location
    Dead body politic, deceased corporate corpse.
    Posts
    2,139
    Reputation
    9062
    Type
    Ghosted by law and order.

    Re: Living on a budget

    Quote Originally Posted by Bonobo Protocol View Post
    Yes I believe that minimalism is a great tool for personal freedom. I equate minimalism as living way below one's means. That doesn't mean that you have to take it to the extreme of fitting everything into a backpack. (Although there's nothing wrong with that.) It is making sure that you are now focused on gluttony so you can focus on what is actually important.

    Avoid going into debt and becoming a slave to the system at all costs. If you have been diligent on saving and making sure the basics are taken care of, the little luxery is warrented but keep it reasonable.

    Having hobbies or a lifestyle that doesn't require large amounts of cash is preferable. My lifestyle and hobby is daily exercise. The cost of admition is low and the rewards are high.
    That's good advice, but it needs to be applied to all classes of income, being a minimalist means minimal waste and maximum efficiency as a matter of design and personal thinking, work smarter not harder, sometimes brute force is the proper mechanism for achievement, other times it's a long haul with little effort by harnessing the forces of mechanical advantage.

    Building a better mouse trap mentality and minimizing your efforts for maximum return is the key to productivity that opens the door to personal security and prosperity.

    A man that squanders his time and efforts will loose a dollar just as sure as he'll loose ten million dollars. Money has nothing to do with frugality and shrewdness, and not to be confused with dishonesty and sleaziness.

    The mechanics of money is that others profit from your efforts and well as you profiting from their efforts, however, this concept all goes to shit when the toxins of socialism seep in and seek equal profit regardless of effort, ingenuity, and capability, driving the whole of that society to a much lower standard of living as they await their mandated orders on how to live, where to work, and how much to get paid, thereby utterly perverting and molesting the concept of money.

    ^^^These^^^ are foundations of the free market, and by all accounts they're scoured, eroded, spalled, cracked, and crumbling, with rusted rebar fully exposed to the elements (like bone cancer).

    Here's (photo below) a proverbial underside of what's holding us up since gynocentric think has inundated western culture, gynocentrism is socialism which lends and leads its way to authoritarian communism.

    The framers of our constitution inherently knew this through the insane policies (LAW) dictated by King George.

    MGTOW, defined:

    A place and time (where and when) the road to modern man's perdition ends abruptly and permanently.

  8. #8

    Re: Living on a budget

    Quote Originally Posted by mgtower View Post

    The mechanics of money is that others profit from your efforts and well as you profiting from their efforts, however, this concept all goes to shit when the toxins of socialism seep in and seek equal profit regardless of effort, ingenuity, and capability, driving the whole of that society to a much lower standard of living as they await their mandated orders on how to live, where to work, and how much to get paid, thereby utterly perverting and molesting the concept of money.

    ^^^These^^^ are foundations of the free market, and by all accounts they're scoured, eroded, spalled, cracked, and crumbling, with rusted rebar fully exposed to the elements (like bone cancer).

    Here's (photo below) a proverbial underside of what's holding us up since gynocentric think has inundated western culture, gynocentrism is socialism which lends and leads its way to authoritarian communism.

    The framers of our constitution inherently knew this through the insane policies (LAW) dictated by King George.

    I agree with what you say. I have made posts regarding how I feel that you have to do as little as possible to get the money you receive. When socialism creeps into a system that blatantly steals from you to give to others because democracy, then all you can do is participate as little as possible to maintain your quality of life. There is no longer an incentive as far as I'm concerned to give 100% effort for money.

    Money after all is an illusion that really means next to nothing when people lose faith in the currency. Going to work for the almighty dollar is becoming less and less worth it due to unfair taxation.

    When the free market is no longer allowed to work as intended, you need to take corrective action to navigate these socialist waters. To the enlightened men, I would recommend to seek happiness not in the material.
    In the future there will be robots.

  9. #9

    Re: Living on a budget

    Ever thing comes and goes in life .

    Money reputation and my favorite "time" . I prefer having nothing and appreciate the roof ,food , ok and my rc cars at this point in my life . There is nothing left to loose wich gives me an advantage in todays world .

    I will shorten this story

    Going back in time long ago i slept in the middle of no where in the out back and all i had was my a backpack and a blanket . I slept in the dirt . After adjusting the stars were my tv so beautiful with no light pollution . Satelites become more than amazing to see as you think from your self with little to the amazement of the work and technology that went into creating it . You don't abuse a torch but seeing the glistening of bugs and life on the other side of a narrow river .

    TIME .

    I thought of the people in the city's. All slaves of time . All those people waking up coffee breakfast, driving to work , lunch breaks comming home dinner , tv , bed . It made me think how free i was enjoying what was given free to us all .

    Picture this . Floating above the earth hearing all the vioces crying laughing arguing screaming ,sounds pretty much like a planet of hell . But now picture this . If you were floating away from earth never to see it again . I would think to myself why didn't i appreciate what was given free to all of us the birds the tree's, the bluness of the oceans . Been able to feel the differences in climate and so on . Even pain is a gift to advance as it i use as a medicine that should not be dulled unless absolutely necessary. Pain to is a natural gift .

    Money . That is something i don't envy or want lots off . I have interacted with many rich people in my life and many are not happy people always chasing a dream of wanting more . I own a yacht says the rich man but how often do you see it out sailing . How lonely to live in a mansion with many rooms that are never used . The illusion of power and success is just that an illusion . Success to me is mastering and understanding life .

    Power well i myself think that is an illusion of wealthy people . I am more powerful having nothing with nothing to take . Freedom can be taken to cause pain but that too will advance me . Give them nothing to take .

    Reputation . I am an arsehole and ware it like a badge of honor (i am not really an arsehole because people don't know or understand what i do out side of my community ) charity of my own on my own but not giving materialism) . Bumping . Let your enemies confuse them selves with gossip and accusations as it will turn to your advantage as there are good people in this world . I am proud of been mgtow and give no fucks what anyone thinks of me or other mgtow men . As i am one but many with in . No one needs anyone to love or respect them but to love and respect your self . No matter how little you have . Its not who you are but what you are . Embrace it . Perceptions of a poor man let them perceive. Its like when i walk in the rain sometimes people have the perception there is something wrong with me . A woman made a comment in a public place . Its only rain water . It is peaceful as i get to be on my own for my reasons not your wants .

    If you think you have little in life you are playing to the illusion of many . Don't be a follower . You are very wealthy open your eyes .

    Past present and future . All are important . Yes it is good to live for the moment but don't be fooled . My belief is those that just live in the moment are easier manipulated . Woman have you ever noticed how they just live in the moment . A woman lies and you find out lets say . She will say move on .

    So i see being poor also can be an advantage . What is poor .

    If you are on the street garbage bags have many uses from a rain coat to a bed . Cheap fishing line makes good for good security attached to cans . Rough terrain anyone comes in at night they will shine there torch low as to see were they are walking so tie high . Light gage line 2lb it will look like a web in the trees if torch light while low reflects . News paper in cold climate makes warmth when shoved down your top and pants . Some things i can't write because it will cause trouble for me . No one wants trouble . I wish you well and understand it can be tough . Stay safe

    Every day the sun comes up is a new day .

    https://youtu.be/skiNUaOS3mg

  10. #10
    Senior Member mgtower's Avatar
    Join Date
    Mar 2019
    Location
    Dead body politic, deceased corporate corpse.
    Posts
    2,139
    Reputation
    9062
    Type
    Ghosted by law and order.

    Re: Living on a budget

    Quote Originally Posted by Blade View Post
    Its like when i walk in the rain sometimes people have the perception there is something wrong with me . A woman made a comment in a public place .
    I'm the same way, Blade! While others are running and covering their heads (as if it were a burning meteor shower), I keep walking as if it isn't raining at all! I've spent countless hours at altitude in the mountains regardless of weather! I must admit, it kinda sucks when you can't breath through your nose because it's iced literally iced up! That and hail in a 70 mph steady wind! SHIT HURTS! Welts and everything!

    Rain is peaceful.
    MGTOW, defined:

    A place and time (where and when) the road to modern man's perdition ends abruptly and permanently.

  11. #11
    Senior Member
    Join Date
    Jun 2019
    Posts
    993
    Reputation
    2705
    Type
    Ghost

    Re: Living on a budget

    I too enjoy walking in the rain, even when I get soaked right through to the skin. There is momentary displeasure but once you realise it can't get any worse you can relax and enjoy it. There is something very liberating about it.
    "Those who would give up essential Liberty, to purchase a little temporary Safety, deserve neither Liberty nor Safety." - Benjamin Franklin

  12. #12
    Senior Member mgtower's Avatar
    Join Date
    Mar 2019
    Location
    Dead body politic, deceased corporate corpse.
    Posts
    2,139
    Reputation
    9062
    Type
    Ghosted by law and order.

    Re: Living on a budget

    Quote Originally Posted by Jackoff View Post
    I too enjoy walking in the rain, even when I get soaked right through to the skin. There is momentary displeasure but once you realise it can't get any worse you can relax and enjoy it. There is something very liberating about it.
    It's all fun and games in the mountains, until ice water starts dripping down the crack of your ass! By then I'm usually shivering! At that given moment it's best to be next to a hot tub ready to climb in! I've had some pretty bad rashes from too much time in wet clothing!
    MGTOW, defined:

    A place and time (where and when) the road to modern man's perdition ends abruptly and permanently.

  13. #13
    Senior Member
    Join Date
    Jun 2019
    Posts
    993
    Reputation
    2705
    Type
    Ghost

    Re: Living on a budget

    Quote Originally Posted by mgtower View Post
    It's all fun and games in the mountains, until ice water starts dripping down the crack of your ass! By then I'm usually shivering! At that given moment it's best to be next to a hot tub ready to climb in! I've had some pretty bad rashes from too much time in wet clothing!
    LMAO. - Too much information!

    Edit:

    Damn you Tower. Now I've got pictures in my head of you running around with icicles sticking out your arse. And I don't even want to know where the rashes were.
    "Those who would give up essential Liberty, to purchase a little temporary Safety, deserve neither Liberty nor Safety." - Benjamin Franklin

  14. #14
    Senior Member mgtower's Avatar
    Join Date
    Mar 2019
    Location
    Dead body politic, deceased corporate corpse.
    Posts
    2,139
    Reputation
    9062
    Type
    Ghosted by law and order.

    Re: Living on a budget

    Quote Originally Posted by Jackoff View Post
    LMAO. - Too much information!

    Edit:

    Damn you Tower. Now I've got pictures in my head of you running around with icicles sticking out your arse. And I don't even want to know where the rashes were.
    No doubt, someone, somewhere, at sometime, endured icicles sticking out their ass, after passing through from ABOVE! Icicles are not to be fucked with! Especially when they weigh 2,500 lbs and are tearing the eaves down! I've gone after icicles with everything from a broom stick and a wrecking bar! Nasty little creatures!
    MGTOW, defined:

    A place and time (where and when) the road to modern man's perdition ends abruptly and permanently.

  15. #15
    Administrator Unboxxed's Avatar
    Join Date
    Mar 2014
    Location
    USA
    Posts
    3,351
    Reputation
    11928
    Type
    enigmatic

    Re: Living on a budget

    Quote Originally Posted by mgtower View Post
    While others are running and covering their heads (as if it were a burning meteor shower), I keep walking as if it isn't raining at all!
    At my age, they want to pull me indoors, asking me if I know where I live.
    The two most important days in your life are the day you were born and the day you find out why. - Mark Twain

    The mass of men lead lives of quiet desperation.
    - Henry David Thoreau

    There are 10 types of people in the world - those who understand binary, and those who don't.

    Suitable for bookmarking: www.fakehatecrimes.org and www.breitbart.com/tag/hate-crime-hoax

  16. #16
    Senior Member mgtower's Avatar
    Join Date
    Mar 2019
    Location
    Dead body politic, deceased corporate corpse.
    Posts
    2,139
    Reputation
    9062
    Type
    Ghosted by law and order.

    Re: Living on a budget

    Quote Originally Posted by Unboxxed View Post
    At my age, they want to pull me indoors, asking me if I know where I live.
    Not in Milwaukee!
    MGTOW, defined:

    A place and time (where and when) the road to modern man's perdition ends abruptly and permanently.

  17. #17

    Re: Living on a budget

    If i had icicles in my arse in your neck of the woods i would pay some coin to stay at the lizzi borden house and soak in her hot tub . Fuck i would love to spend some time in that house . Her spirit would leave for sure doing what no exorcist could do .

    Those eaves on your fortress have you tried a sledge hammer . You could turn them into powder for use in a slushy machine .

    Indians at the back door is heaps better than those icicles . Fuck the ice i would dither . It must really piss of the chief and tribe but they survived it in tents in their time .

    Ps. Jackoff . I haven't myself experienced icicles in my arse its the climate here . But drop bears are pretty simular to those icicles in a way as they are more than nasty dropping from the tree's from out of no where on the unexpecting tourist or lone walker in remote parts of our bush . Tourists that have encounted these will never talk about them for a reason . Well let me put it this way those that have encounted them can't walk for days . They have a penis bigger than arnold Schwarzeneggers arm and great big claws with sharp teeth . A bath tub too is needed to soak your arse in with high grade dissinfectint .

  18. #18
    Senior Member Azure Nomad's Avatar
    Join Date
    Jul 2014
    Posts
    3,497
    Reputation
    16587
    Type
    Ghost

    Re: Living on a budget

    Living on a budget like a college kid is actually fun. Less investment and stress and you open up your options with job prospects.

    The downside is you can't eat and drink the good stuff but after years of living on a budget you probably have enough of a war chest to splurge once in a while. I don't need to attend a high end dinner event where I am preached while I devour some overpriced meal. If I want a good meal I make it. And if I want to splurge for a good meal I go out and sit down and eat dinner solo in peace. Freedom has no brakes.

  19. #19
    Senior Member
    Join Date
    Jun 2019
    Posts
    993
    Reputation
    2705
    Type
    Ghost

    Re: Living on a budget

    Quote Originally Posted by Blade View Post
    But drop bears are pretty simular to those icicles in a way as they are more than nasty dropping from the tree's from out of no where on the unexpecting tourist or lone walker in remote parts of our bush . Tourists that have encounted these will never talk about them for a reason . Well let me put it this way those that have encounted them can't walk for days . They have a penis bigger than arnold Schwarzeneggers arm and great big claws with sharp teeth . A bath tub too is needed to soak your arse in with high grade dissinfectint .
    Wow. Killer Koalas. Can you get them on mail order, I can think of a few people I would like to send one to?

    Attached Images Attached Images
    "Those who would give up essential Liberty, to purchase a little temporary Safety, deserve neither Liberty nor Safety." - Benjamin Franklin

  20. #20
    Senior Member mgtower's Avatar
    Join Date
    Mar 2019
    Location
    Dead body politic, deceased corporate corpse.
    Posts
    2,139
    Reputation
    9062
    Type
    Ghosted by law and order.

    Re: Living on a budget

    Lead tames the wildest and most ferocious of beasts! Ya just gotta size up the ammo, little lead for little creatures, and big lead for monstrous creatures! The kind that give you purple shoulder if you're not braced for the KICK!

    GUN SAFETY-101: If it frightens you, blow its fucking head off!
    Last edited by mgtower; June 1, 2020 at 2:28 PM.
    MGTOW, defined:

    A place and time (where and when) the road to modern man's perdition ends abruptly and permanently.


Similar Threads

  1. Living as a Ghost
    By Alone85 in forum For Ghosts
    Replies: 6
    Last Post: January 8, 2019, 10:52 AM
  2. Ahead of schedule and under budget
    By LastPriory in forum Lounge
    Replies: 10
    Last Post: August 23, 2017, 5:16 AM
  3. Living the dream
    By Cracked Lurker in forum Lounge
    Replies: 0
    Last Post: September 3, 2016, 8:15 PM
  4. Living alone
    By Tangent in forum Lounge
    Replies: 11
    Last Post: July 22, 2014, 12:23 AM
  5. Women, and My Budget.....
    By Octavian in forum Lounge
    Replies: 18
    Last Post: May 18, 2014, 10:12 PM

Posting Permissions

  • You may not post new threads
  • You may not post replies
  • You may not post attachments
  • You may not edit your posts
  •